Celebrating College Signing Day

Leading up to College Signing Day, celebrated on May 5th, is a time we pause and reflect on what an honor it is to bean instrumental part of surviving scholars’ lives.

Month of the Military Child: Ryan Hilton

Ryan Hilton was very young when his father LT Lawrence Hilton passed away. While his memories of his father may be faint, his father’s spirit influences his life every day.

Honoring Gold Star Wives

Over 97% of those killed in action are men, leaving mothers, who earn on average less than $50,000 per year, with the financial responsibilities of raising a family.

Partner Spotlight: Mercer Wine

In remembrance of military members who’ve lost their lives while serving the United States and in honor of the surviving families, Mercer Wine has donated over $15,000 to Children of Fallen Patriots Foundation.

Month of the Military Child

Children of Fallen Patriots Foundation celebrates the bravery of surviving military children during Month of the Military Child. This awareness month was established to underscore the important role children play in the Armed Forces community.

Life After Loss: Jessica Rosenow

Jessica Rosenow’s dad, Mark Coleman, served in the U.S Army and sadly passed from an IED. Despite the daily struggle of missing a parent, Jessica believes it’s important to try every day to be the person her dad would want her to be.

Life After Loss: Red Poppy Flower

The red poppy flower has remained a constant symbol of death, life and remembrance since World War I. Serving as a representation of remembrance, the flower encourages us to honor those who have passed away to protect all that we love.

Life After Loss: Jordan McNab

Surviving scholars have expressed to Fallen Patriots that they often find happiness in knowing their parent died with honor and purpose, serving our great nation. They also find happiness in future opportunities, including college.

Partner Spotlight: K&N Engineering

Along with the help of partners like K&N Engineering, Fallen Patriots is changing the lives of those left behind in the most positive way, allowing children to achieve a career path that they desire through a college education.

Finding Happiness

Children of Fallen Patriots strives to be part of the healing process that eventually brings a sense of happiness to surviving military families.

Honoring Womens History Month

In celebration of Women’s History Month, Children of Fallen Patriots Foundation honors all women who have served our great nation. Their work to create change has allowed future generations of women to achieve tremendous success without resistance.

Hannah Davis: Love Lives On

With the love of her father and Fallen Patriots help, Hannah has overcome tremendous challenges and achieved a noteworthy milestone in her life.

Youngblood Family: Love Lives On

It was love at first sight when Travis and Laura Youngblood met while both serving as combat medics in the military.

Honoring Black History Month

Children of Fallen Patriots Foundation honors the history and culture of all Americans. In honor of Black History Month, it is time to celebrate the achievements and selfless acts of our African American compatriots.

History of Four Chaplains Day

Children of Fallen Patriots Foundation honors the selfless acts that our fallen patriots and their families have practiced. Soldiers that have died in the line of duty acted on the ultimate selfless act, sacrificing their lives for our continued freedom. A day to honor selfless acts is known as Four Chaplains Day, celebrated on February 3rd.

Love Lives On

February is a time to celebrate eternal love. When a soldier sacrifices their life, they are doing it for the love of their country. Love never gives up, never loses faith, is always hopeful and endures through every circumstance.

New Year, New Hope: Katie Zimmermann

Katie Zimmermann’s dad, William J. Zimmermann, served in the Army National Guard and ultimately passed away in a helicopter crash.  Katie was only two years old when he died.